Cold Liquor Tanks: Why Are They Used?

Cold liquor tanks are used for the brewing process and are also called buffer tanks.  Buffer tanks contain cold water used for the purpose of cooling the bitter wort temperature down to the fermentable level range after boiling. This process is done by wort cooler. These cold water tanks need to be sized properly to sufficiently support a brewing system with water at the quantity required. Typical tank sizes are 2-2.5 times the brewhouse size depending on brewhouse needs.

Food Safe Tanks

Enduramaxx Cold Liquor Tanks are manufactured from food-safe / WRAS approved virgin material and are UV stabilised for many years of life. These tanks are available in single piece moulded tanks up to 30,000 litres.

Insulated Cold Water Tanks

Enduramaxx manufacture a range of insulated cold water tanks which are manufactured from food-safe / WRAS approved virgin material and are UV stabilised for many years of life. These tanks help against heat gain/heat loss through the tank. Insulation is available in 13mm and 25mm thicknesses.

More details on these tanks are available here.

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